• Martin and Harris Laboratories
  • ₹1,925.00

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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹335.62 Crores

Profit After Tax

₹176.87 Crores







Market Capitalisation

₹769.24 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹672.16 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Dividend Yield

0.18 %

Earnings Yield

22.99 %


Health Care




Small Cap

Cashflow - Operations

-₹170.17 Crores

Cashflow - Financing

-₹9.60 Crores

Martin & Harris Growth

Compounded Sales Growth

  • -37.27%

    1 Year

  • 0.23%

    3 Year

  • 5.67%

    4 Year

Pro Only

Compounded Profit Growth

  • 1289.73%

    1 Year

  • 56.25%

    2 Year

  • 57.23%

    4 Year

Pro Only

Return On Equity

  • 49.50%


  • 32.92%


  • 38.97%


Pro Only

About Martin & Harris

  • The "Apeejay Group," one of India's oldest and most prominent business conglomerates, owns Martin & Harris Laboratories Ltd, a company founded in Gurgaon, Haryana, in 1996.
  • Pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, and botanical product manufacture are the main activities of Martin & Harris Laboratories Ltd.
  •  It offers bactericidal antibiotics, treatments for Parkinson's disease, vaginal infections, antispasmodics, progestin-only medications, vitamin medications, anabolic steroids, hormonal medicines, and ovulatory stimulants, among other things.
  • The company has extensive manufacturing plants in Roorkee and Gagreth, which produce medicines for contract manufacturing. The company manufactures drugs named Drotin, Bilalife, Uriliser, Microgest, Ovagen, Uripas, Amclox, Venusmin, etc. 
  • In addition to its primary pharmaceutical business, it manages its money by investing in various opportunities that yield strong returns, such as mutual funds, listed and unlisted stocks, etc. Delite Infrastructure Limited, an investment arm of Martin & Harris, handles all the related operations.

  • Martin & Harris IPO Details

The company has not filed for DRHP as of now

  • Martin & Harris Subsidiaries

  • Delite Infrastructure Private Limited

Martin & Harris Business Model

  • Martin & Harris Laboratories Ltd is engaged in manufacturing pharmaceutical, medicinal chemical & botanical products. Besides the core business, it has undertaken the management of its funds through investment in different avenues fetching good returns, i.e., mutual funds, equity –quoted & unquoted, etc.
  • Martin & Harris Revenue Segmentation

  • Other income
  • Futures and Options(Derivatives)
  • Pharmaceuticals manufacturing
  • Martin & Harris Product & Services

Few medicines manufactured by them are:

  • Venusmin
  • Tamsin
  • Drotin Plus
  • TSmartilon 20 
  • Amcfox
  • Fotigest
  • Martin & Harris Assets

Assets of the company as on 31st, March 2021.

ParticularsAmount in Rs. Crores
Plant and Equipment8.57
Furniture and Fixtures0.86
Office Equipment0.11
Leasehold Improvement0.35

  • Martin & Harris Industry Overview

Industry Statistics


  • The pharmaceutical industry researches, develops, manufactures, and distributes pharmaceutical drugs for use as medicines to patients (or self-given), aiming to cure, immunize, or relieve their symptoms. As of FY21, generic drugs account for 75.5% of the overall sales of the pharmaceutical sector followed by OTC medicines contributing 15.6% and patented drugs tallying up to 8.9% during the same period. It engages in technological advancements to meet the complex healthcare demands of the population, which plays a significant role in developing vaccines and medications for the treatment of ailments, prevention, reduction of disease incidence, and enhancement of quality of life. 
  • According to Care Edge, in terms of volume and value, the Indian pharmaceutical industry (IPI) is ranked 3rd and 14th, respectively. The dominance of IPI in generic drugs, which command lower pricing and contribute to around 70% of the industry's sales, can be blamed for the lower market share in terms of value. The IPI is mainly segregated into four Formulations, API/Bulk drugs, Biosimilars, and CRAMS. 


  • According to Fitch Solutions, the pharmaceuticals market is valued at Rs. 2421.7 billion in FY21 compared to Rs. 2123.4 billion in FY20, showcasing a growth of 14% year-on-year (y-o-y). The key drivers behind the change are an increase in the market value, low cost of production, patent cliff, increase in per capita income, the transition of disease profile, an increase in the health insurance market, and abating of regulatory risks 
  • The achievement of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) accreditation will help the company's trade network grow and enable shipments to developed market regions. Along with this, the healthcare industry is still growing, and people are becoming more cost-conscious, leading to this exponential performance.

Key Trends:

  • The key trends in the pharmaceutical industry include Artificial intelligence, Blockchain, Patient-centric care, and Big data analytics. Big companies are using these to make the healthcare segment more advance and efficient.
  • Few negative trends in the sector are increased input cost due to the rise of import duties on Chinese products which leads to a rise in the input cost India meets its 69% demand by the imports of Chinese API/bulk drugs. This is followed by price control by government authorities to make the drug more affordable as well as relatively low Research & Development (R&D) investments because according to Care Edge the top 5 pharmaceutical companies of India only allocated 7.1% to 7.9% for their R&D CAPEX.

Major Player:

  •  Major listed players in these sectors are Sun Pharmaceutical Ltd, Cipla Ltd, Abbott India Ltd, Alkem Laboratories Ltd, and Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Listed Peers:

  • The listed peers of Martin and Harris Labortiers Ltd, as per its market capitalization and portfolio sizes, are Korpan Ltd, Themis Medicare Ltd, and SMS Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Future Prospects

  • According to Fitch solutions, the Indian pharmaceutical industry is expected to reach Rs. 3830.2 billion byFY25, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.5% during the 2021-2025 period. Medicine sales would see a 10-year CAGR of 11.7% over the extended forecast period. The key drivers for the growth are the large and growing population, improved access to healthcare, and the rising burden of chronic diseases. 
  • Given that India provides around 10% of global pharmaceutical production volumes and has a market share of about 2.4 percent in terms of value, the Indian pharmaceutical industry enjoys a dominant position in terms of production volumes. India's superior position is primarily due to its lower cost of production and its skilled people resources in science and technology. India has some of the lowest medicine prices in the entire globe.
  • A total of USD 240 billion worth of patented goods are anticipated to lose their patent protection during the following 5–6 years, until 2026. This offers Indian generic formulation businesses significant potential. Due to patent expiration in the following 4-5 years, Indian pharmaceutical businesses are anticipated to receive an opportunity worth approximately USD 5–6 billion.

Government Initiatives

  • The National Regulatory Authority (NRA) of India is DSCO, which is a part of the Directorate General of Health Services under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of the Government of India. Its headquarters are in New Delhi, and it also has offices all over the country, including six zonal offices, four sub-zonal offices, thirteen port offices, and seven laboratories.
  • The Union Cabinet adopted plans for the pharmaceutical industry on March 21, 2020, taking into account the scenario and India's dependence on China for KSM and API. The "Promotion of Bulk Drug Parks" program will spend Rs. 3,000 cr. over the course of five years, from FY21 to FY25, to finance common infrastructure facilities in three bulk drug parks.
  • On January 3, 2021, the Indian government approved Covishield by Serum Institute of India (SII), Covaxin by AstraZeneca, and Covaxin by Bharat Biotech for restricted usage in emergency situations to support the immunization campaign in India. The government of India started a vaccination campaign on January 16, 2021, with the goal of immunizing 30 crore people by July or August of that same year.
  • The PM Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission (PMABHIM), with a budget of Rs. 640 billion, was introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his parliamentary district of Varanasi in October 2021 to boost the nation's healthcare capacities significantly.
  • It was revealed in October 2021 that the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) sector is the focus of mergers and acquisitions because of the "Atmanirbhar" drive and increased demand for pharmaceutical raw materials made in India rather than China (M&A). The Indian API sector is appealing to investors from India and around the world because of its favorable valuations, promising future, and accredited plants.
  • Under Union budget 2020-21, allocation to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare stands at Rs. 65,012 crores, whereas Rs. 6,429 crores have been allocated to the health insurance scheme Ayushman Bharat – Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (ABPMJAY).
  • 53 key KSMs, drug intermediates, and APIs have been recognized as needing domestic production through the Production Linked Incentive (PLI) Scheme, with a potential cost of Rs. 6,940 crores. The program will run from FY 2020–21 to FY 2029–30.

Martin & Harris Awards & Achievements

Martin and Harris Laboratories Limited,was awarded with "Pharma Excellence Awards-2018" by apex industry chamber ASSOCHAM for best innovation in process & formulation development.

Martin & Harris Strengths

  • The company's synthetic drugs, Drotin Plus, Amclox, Venusmin, and Tamsin, are always in huge demand and market leaders in their segments.
  • The company's pharma business has generated a ROCE of 17%, and the investment business has developed a ROCE of 40%.
  • The company has a significant strategic alliance with Walter Bushnell, which does the white labeling of the company's products.

Martin & Harris Shortcomings

  • Due to its reliance on imported active medicinal components, the company is always susceptible to changes in exchange rates.
  • The drugs manufactured by Martin & Harris are priced over the average market price and a significant portion of the population has low purchasing power , which makes it difficult for the company to cater the rural demand which is a major segment in Indian market.

Martin & Harris Opportunities

  •  In 2020, government spending on healthcare totaled Rs. 2,289 billion, or 26.9% of all health expenditures. It is anticipated that by 2025, public healthcare spending will amount to Rs. 4,190 billion.
  • Increasing cases of COVID-19 infected patients across the globe has led to a rise in clinical chemistry services, especially in the specialized chemistry testing segment. Laboratory testing and pharma demands have increased significantly and continue to grow at a staggering rate to keep pace with suspected cases of COVID-19, thus boosting the market revenue.
  • India is a global leader in producing high-quality generic drugs and is progressively realizing its potential to build a robust, research-based pharmaceutical sector to create cutting-edge drugs.
  • India's pharmaceutical industry will continue to be a top location for foreign direct investment. Pharmaceutical companies will expand their production operations there to support the country's push to promote the biomedical industry.

Martin & Harris Threats

  • Threats include several factors, such as new generic products that arrive in the market, new regulations, new trade barriers, changes to health insurance regulations, and even the lack of availability of qualified staff.
  • Few of the challenges that the industry will face in near term are Price control by the NPPA, low investment in R&D as the range of investment in R&D by top firms is just 7.1% to 7.9% in each year and high reliance on China with respect to pharma inputs, as 69% import of API/bulk drugs is from china .
  • Government resistance to properly integrating patent law with international norms could halt the growth of the multinational industry.
  • The National Health Insurance Scheme's (NHIS) services and medications are under further pressure to reduce costs.
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